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UPDATE: Applicants Sought for 2014 Leadership Somerset Fellows

UPDATE: The application deadline has been extended to Oct. 25. The Leadership Somerset program is taking applications for its 2014 program. Leadership Somerset is open to adults who live or work in Somerset County and who want to become part of a network of community leaders, according to a release about the program. The fee […]

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Quail Brook Senior Center September Schedule

The center is located at 625 New Brunswick Rd., in Somerset. The center’s hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information call (732) 563-4213. Bingo – Every Thursday Caram – Daily (East Indian Game Similar to Billiards) Chair Exercises – Every Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. Computer Instruction – Every Monday through […]

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Township Council Honors Senior Citizen Volunteers

Township Council Honors Senior Citizen Volunteers

Two “just amazing” senior citizens were honored by the Township Council at its August meeting. Jean Doyle and Irene Calafiore of teh Senior Citizens’ Advsory Committee were presented with Township Council proclamations at the meeting by Deputy Mayor Rozalyn Sherman. Sherman praised the women for their volunteer work, most recently for collecting school supplies for […]

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Sept. 20 Is Next ‘Buy One, Bring One’ Food Donation Day

The next targeted “Buy One, Bring One” Friday food donation event is Sept. 20. There is a blue, “BOBO” donation bin in the townshoip municipal building on DeMott Lane. The program collects food for Somerset COunty families in need. It is the brainchild of County Freeholder Patricia Walsh. “The slow economic recovery has put a […]

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